Windows 10 October 2018 Update finally fixed
So says Microsoft, anyway.
Gains found in only one very specific workload.
Faster, but not quite ready for commercialisation.
A couple of weeks ago, AMD launched two new graphics cards, which make up the ATI Radeon HD 3800 series. We have a look at the fastest of the two cards being released - the ATI Radeon HD 3870 - to find out if makes up for lost ground with the HD 2900-series.
This morning we received information on another addition to AMD's ATI Radeon graphics card portfolio - the Radeon HD 2900 GT. Details within.
Have you seen the issues with some of the latest hardware releases? Brett Thomas takes a look at the industry's recent "batteries not included" stance, and wonders...do we all have ADD or something?
Valve's cancellation of the Half Life 2 "Black Box" version has been cause for dismay. That's especially true if you bought an ATI 2900XT this week, which comes bundled with the coupon...but no worries.
Earlier this week, AMD announced the ATI Radeon HD 2900 XT. We've spent the last few weeks familiarising ourselves with the architecture behind the hardware. Join us as we find out whether R600 was worth the wait -- single card and CrossFire testing included.
At an event in California, AMD has demonstrated its upcoming Barcelona CPUs and R600 GPUs, as well as 45nm wafers for the first time.
The replacement for AMD's soon to be released R600 graphics processing unit looks set to arrive in Q3 of this year if rumours are to be believed.
After attending both Intel and AMD events in the last few weeks, Richard Swinburne reflects on his experiences in Beijing and Tunis before coming to some solid conclusions.
AMD's Vijay Sharma has squashed rumours that R600 would be switched to a 65nm process because of serious current leakage. He also confirmed that the company's AGP bridge chip works with R600 family GPUs, too.
CEBIT 2007: In a discussion about graphics with OCZ, the company revealed that it wants to launch products based on AMD's upcoming R600 graphics processor.
CEBIT 2007: AMD has announced that its upcoming R600 graphics processor family will feature dedicated universal video decoding hardware that works alongside Avivo.
Former CEO of ATI, Dave Orton, has revealed that AMD's upcoming ATI R600 family of graphics processors will launch top-to-bottom in a matter of weeks.
An R600 prototype card has been photographed at an AMD event in San Francisco and signs show that availability might start trickling through in May.
AMD's upcoming and eagerly anticipated R600 graphics processor has been delayed until the second quarter.
The next generation products are getting their certifications finally. NVIDIA released its 8800 WHQL drivers today, and ATI has promised its R600 WHQL drivers before the chip even releases.
Have you installed Vista yet? Are you annoyed at some of the support? Brett Thomas sure is, but this one isn't something he blames on Microsoft. Read on to find out why he's not enjoying the view. UPDATED with comments from NVIDIA.
R600 isn't even out yet, and there are already rumours about the chip's next revision. Could it hit 1GHz?
It looks like NVIDIA is getting an urgent order to its fab company for 80nm G80 cores. Could we be seeing the change soon?
A report suggesting that the launch of AMD's next-generation R600 graphics processor has been delayed until March.
OCZ Technology will re-enter the graphics card market with ''speed screened'' versions of NVIDIA's GeForce 8800-series. Actual overclocking will be left to the end users though, because of NVIDIA's overclocking ban that appears to be in place.
NVIDIA's GeForce 8800 is already here, Vista hits today, and the first DirectX 10 games aren't far away. We take an in-depth look at what DX10 adds to the gaming and graphical experience, from geometry shaders to resources to render targets. Can DX9 continue to cut it? We find out.
Pictures of what is believed to be AMD's next-generation R600 graphics processor have shown up on a Taiwanese bulletin board.
ATI's upcoming R600 graphics processing unit is rumoured to be a great DirectX 9 performer. This makes sense because there will be very few DirectX 10 games when it launches.
In today's column, I examine how the technology behind the newly-announced Xbox 360 - the processor, graphics unit and system architecture - could have an impact on the PCs that we enthusiasts see on our desktops over the next couple of years.